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Police Report Confirms Sexual Assault Accusations Against Ian Connor

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Ian Connor, member of A$AP Mob and budding fashion stylist, is involved in an ongoing sexual assault investigation, Broadly reports.

A few days ago, 23-year-old Emory University student Malika Anderson recounted an incident that took place in 2014 on her blog Malika Speaks:

I am speaking now because my case is basically closed. And I am finally ready to share my entire story. I want the world to know who they are praising. I know that I will get some backlash for this, the typical rape apologists and misogynists will likely attack as they will be up in ashy arms that their idol is being accused of such a heinous crime. But I don't care. I know the truth. And I know that I did not want to have sex with Ian Connor. He raped me.

After the post was published, Connor responded to Anderson on Twitter, accusing her of lying and coming forward after he appeared on the cover of Exit magazine:

Broadly has since obtained a report from Georgia's DeKalb County Police Department that corroborates the date of the assault Anderson wrote about in her blog post, though the name on the report has been redacted. The Vice site also highlighted other tweets by Connor that make light of sexual assault.

A few hours after the story went live on Broadly, and was subsequently picked up by myriad news sites, Connor once again took to Twitter to deny the allegations:

A source with the DeKalb police confirmed to Broadly that the investigation into the claims against Connor remains active.